‘Recruitment for insurgency and counterinsurgency’: Leiden, 13–14 July 2017

Some photographs taken at the Leiden Workshop

  1. (Left to right) Peter Keppy (NIOD Amsterdam), Bart Luttikhuis (Leiden University) and Abdul Wahid (KITLV): ‘Violence strikes root: why vigilantism became central to Indonesian politics, 1943–1955’
  2. Mathilde von Bulow (Glasgow): ‘External sanctuaries and insurgent recruitment: the FLN in West Germany’
  3. Keynote speaker, Will Reno (Northwestern), on ‘Are we living in a post-insurgency world?’
  4. Andy Gawthorpe (Leiden University) on mobilizing manpower in the Vietnamese Communist movement
  5. Fridus Steijlen (KITLV): ‘Fighting on either side: Moluccans in the decolonization war of Indonesia’
  6. Anne van der Veer (Leiden University): ‘Forgotten allies: Chinese fighters in revolutionary and counterrevolutionary East Sumatra, Indonesia, 1945–1950’
(Left to right) Peter Keppy (NIOD Amsterdam), Bart Luttikhuis (Leiden University) and Abdul Wahid (KITLV): ‘Violence strikes root: why vigilantism became central to Indonesian politics, 1943–1955’
(Left to right) Peter Keppy (NIOD Amsterdam), Bart Luttikhuis (Leiden University) and Abdul Wahid (KITLV): ‘Violence strikes root: why vigilantism became central to Indonesian politics, 1943–1955’
Mathilde von Bulow (Glasgow): ‘External sanctuaries and insurgent recruitment: the FLN in West Germany’
Mathilde von Bulow (Glasgow): ‘External sanctuaries and insurgent recruitment: the FLN in West Germany’
Keynote speaker, Will Reno (Northwestern), on ‘Are we living in a post-insurgency world?’
Keynote speaker, Will Reno (Northwestern), on ‘Are we living in a post-insurgency world?’
Andy Gawthorpe (Leiden University) on mobilizing manpower in the Vietnamese Communist movement
Andy Gawthorpe (Leiden University) on mobilizing manpower in the Vietnamese Communist movement
Fridus Steijlen (KITLV): ‘Fighting on either side: Moluccans in the decolonization war of Indonesia’
Fridus Steijlen (KITLV): ‘Fighting on either side: Moluccans in the decolonization war of Indonesia’
Anne van der Veer (Leiden University): ‘Forgotten allies: Chinese fighters in revolutionary and counterrevolutionary East Sumatra, Indonesia, 1945–1950’
Anne van der Veer (Leiden University): ‘Forgotten allies: Chinese fighters in revolutionary and counterrevolutionary East Sumatra, Indonesia, 1945–1950’

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